@justingossman and that time he brought back rock n roll with @gibsonguitar × @everydayheroshoes || @thetoyguns regram from @justingossman : I'm a wanted man! They say I'm guilty, but I'm not behind bars shout out to @gibsonguitar & @everydayheroshoes for always looking out for @thetoyguns best interest! performance Gibson EverydayHero TheToyGuns rocknroll
I'm this amazing person who falls apart out of worry so today has been...interesting and full of tongue blisters because I worry about the people I care about...ANYWAY I thought I would bless you all with this gem of @justingossman and that time he made smoking look hotter than anything.
Guess who spent 6 hours upright talking to humans, answering questions, event hosting and then had the most epic of epic nose bleeds but life had to go on and now I'm just the most tired person ever so I'm sorry there were so posts today! I thought I'd make up with this one of @justingossman and that time he looked hotter than life? (If you live in the Middle East or certain parts of the world or even I guess places like California you would know what I mean).
@thetoyguns remind me of Christmas in summer or summer in winter; memories of living in the thrilling juxtaposition of doing things out of season, AHEAD OF time. Always AHEAD but never quite behind; strumming tunes but yet discovered, with vocals not yet exposed to the world and creating something euphoric and pleasurable in the fact that it's so ahead of time it doesn't quite fit in but that's what makes it the unique sound that's going to rock the world very soon. 🌟
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Our legendary guitar solo of the day is the solo performed in "YOU SHOOK ME ALL NIGHT LONG" by the legendary guitarist Mr. ANGUS YOUNG. "You Shook Me All Night Long" is a song by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, from the album Back in Black. It was written by Angus and Malcolm and Brian Johnson. The song also reappeared on their later 1986 album Who Made Who. AC/DC's first single with Brian Johnson as the lead singer. The song has also become a staple of AC/DC concerts, and is rarely excluded from the setlist. This live video is their fourth one on the band's live album, Live at River Plate. The song is in the key G major. The main verse and riff follows a G–C–D chord progression. Angus uses the minor pentatonic scale for most of his tunes. Angus keeps the melody of the solo simple, but makes it vivid by adding an effective phrasing. Therefore, he uses bendings, let-ring, staccato and vibrato. At the end he uses a quarter step bend which gives the lick its typical blues rock feeling. The lyrics borrow heavily from the Willie Dixon tune "You Shook Me". Brian Johnson said that the inspiration for this song came from seeing images of American girls while recording in the Bahamas for the album Back In Black. Brian Johnson came up with the line "She was a fast machine, she kept her motor clean" when he realized that cars and women were very much alike - they go fast, let you down, but then make you happy again when you see the new model.
AC/DC played this when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, who inducted them, sang on it with them.
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I've already been 23 for an hour and I spent a lot of that hour being weird and realising I'm no longer the teenager who started this instagram account...I'm not even who I was 3 years ago and that's hilarious and weird to me at the same time? I had this really cool post caption all thought out very insightful about "on this day on my birthday I'm going to *insert inspirational words here* but now I'm just going to post this because I like hands and I liked how @justingossman's hands looked in this. Also I realise 12 year old me would be rolling her eyes at my own self if she could see me right now but I don't care if I'm not cool enough for myself so yes...
The first picture of @justingossman I ever posted...maybe this is because I'm turning 23 in around 2 more days and I never thought that I would reach that age so my brain has finally short circuited but this post is LONG overdue (and so if anyone thinks it is extra I can easily find you the closest cliff to jump off because I have a heart of stone and only care about my lovely and incredible followers on here THANK YOU ALL). But really this post is about @justingossman and the fact that I'm probably going to support him until my fingers fall off and roll away...
He is after all the inspiration, mischief, mayhem and magic behind this account and what I do; always pushing to etch smiles onto faces, connecting with people and trying to bring out the best in myself and others. I like to think of this as my attempt at creating a reflection of the aura and personality of who @justingossman is that I have had the pleasure of getting to know over these three years. I accept the industry is full of gems and stars; diamonds and sapphires but I can't help but appreciate what Justin strives for, works towards and often battles to achieve every single day even when life might seem like it's about to shatter he'll be strutting on somewhere without the smile fading from his face, a winning sparkle in his eye...Jesusthisissosappy. Thank you @justingossman I guess. ⚡🌻 peace, love and rock n roll everyone.